安徽省名校联盟 2016 年高考最后一卷试题
英 语 试 题
第Ⅰ卷 第一部分听力（共两节，满分30分） 第一节（共5小题，每小题l.5分，满分7.5分） 听下面5段对话．每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的A.B.C三个选项中选出最佳选项，并标 在试卷的相应位置．听完每段时话后，你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题．每段 对话仅读一遍。
1. When will the speakers leave for the station? A. At 6 a.m． B .At 6:20 a.m C. At 6:40 a.m． 2. Why didn’t Jason play football yesterday? A. Because his ankle was injured. B. Because he dated with a doctor. C. Because he was tired of it. 3. What is the trouble with the woman? A. She forgot to take a camera. B She forgot to power her camera. C. Her smart phone stopped. d. Where does the conversation rake place? A. In a grocery. B In a library. C In a hotel. 5．What is Lynn? A．A student. B. A salesman C．A teacher. 第二节（共15小题：每小题1.5分，满分22.5分J 听下面5段对话或被白．每段时话或读白后有几个小题，从题中所给的A.B.C三个近项中选出最 佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置．听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题5秒钟； 听完后，各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间．每段对话或独白读两遍． 听第6段材料，回答第6，7题． 6. When did the man set off for Mexico? A On Monday. B On Tuesday. C On Friday. 7. What happened to Celia? A. She got relaxed completely. R She loved the food in Mexico. C. Hotel food made her terrible. 听第7段材料，回答第8.9题． 8. Why is Dorothy so concerned? A Because she has been lazy. B. Because the mid-term exam is coming
C. Because she is afraid of being scolded. 9. What is Dorothy more worried? A. English. B. Physics.
听第8段材料，回答第10至12题． I0. What is the trouble with Josie? A. She is eager to get home B He cell phone needs charging. C She failed to contact Kelly by phone. 11. How does Josie feel before telling Kelly the truth? A. Excited. B Doubtful. C Tough. L2. What's the relationship between the speakers? A. Husband and Wife. B. Teacher and student C .Bass and secretary. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题． 13. When will the man stay in the hotel? A. Next Monday. B. Next Tuesday. C. Next Friday. 14. Why does the woman advise the man to book soon? A. Because she LS too busy. B Because there' re only few rooms left. C Because more tourists are coming. 15. What is the disadvantage in the hotel? A. Paying by cash B. Having no Internet in the rooms. C Usage of credit cards. 16. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a hotel . B In a grocery. C On the phone. 听第10段材料.回答第 17—20题. 17. When did Ning Zerao won the gold of the men's 100 m freestyle? A. On Friday. B On Saturday. C On Sunday. 18. What does the author think of Ning Zetao's victory? A. Amazing. B Great. C. Disappointing. 19. Who won the gold in pool in Beijing? A. Zhang Lin B Sun Yang. C Ning Zetao. ZO. What did Ning Zetao do during the medal ceremony? A. Sang the national sorry. B Hugged his couch C Saluted the national flag. 第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分40分） 第一节 (共15小题，每小题2分，满分30分) 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项(A．B、C和D)中，选出最佳选项，井在答题卡上将该项 涂黑． A You’re invited to experience an amazing animal adventure at WILD LiFE Sydney Zoo. Enter Australian animals habitats and meet a number of the most Ioved and feared creatures that call Australia
home. Breakfast with the KoaIas Enjoy your breakfast with Koalas at Wild Life Sydney Zoo! The Tour includes entry to Wild Life Sydney, a hot buffet breakfast on Koala Rooftop, a guided highlights tour, as well as the chance to take a photo with a koala. Bugs Garden Get close to all the crawlies you will ever experience! Check out them all out from bugs that live m the Ocean to the top of the mountains . Make sure you visit the Bugs Garden creature feature! Ticket Information Two Attraction Combo（套经）Pass Adult$ 50. 00 Two Attraction Combo Pass Child(4 - 15)$ 35. 00 Three Attraction Combo Pass Adult $ 70. 00 Three Attraction Combo Pass Child(4 - 15)$ 40. 00 Four Attraction Combo Pass Adult S 80. 00 Sydney Experience Child S 70. 00 OPENING TIME 9 a. m． CLOSING TIME 8 p. m． How to Get There 5-10 minute walk from CBD down Market Street. Or a short walk from Town Hall or Wynyard stations. where visitors can hoard the train. Or get into a Ship at King Street. Wharf and head towards the Pyrmont Footbridge at Cockle Bay. Additional Information Adult at Kids Price Terms& Conditions: Offer open 16 - 31st March 2015. Cannot be used together with any other offer. To pay offer, you must purchase a ticket name ending in "Adult at Kids Price”. Single Admission Tickets will be valid 12 months from the date of purchase. Tickets will be delivered to your inbox within 60 min of purchase, Please print out all tickets and take along with you to the attraction. 21. Where can a visitor have breakfast at Wild Life Sydney Zoo? A. At the entrance B. On Koala Rooftop. C Close to the Koalas D. In Bugs garden. 22.If a couple with a bay aged 9 buy Two Attraction Combo Pass. they should pay ______________ . A. $ 95 R $155 C $170 D. $200 23. How can a person buy tickets if he wants to visit Sydney Zoo'/ A. By fax B. By e-mail. C. By letter D. By express B Homeless Arian Simone from Los Angeles, had hit rock bottom before meeting Ken Caner, whose life as an inspirational coach is described in film by Samuel L. Jackson
After working on various PR projects for the movie. the 34-year-old became a celebrity pub-licist (宣传人员 ) - promoting films like James Bond , meeting stars like Idris Elba and Whitney Houston organizing birthday parties for the likes of Chris Brown and Lil Wayne. Arian’s incredible rags-to-riches tale began in 20004. when she moved from her hometown of Detroit, Michigan, to Los Angeles for a job with Apple Bottom, but a month later the firm was sold and she was unemployed. The young woman was forced to sell her belongings for food andpetrol and slept in her car. But when the car broke down, she sought refuge in a homeless shelter. Unexpectedly, after seven months a friend referred her for PR and marketing work and within weeks she had various projects. After getting her foot in the door of the industry. she then started sleeping on an office floor-where Carter found her and helped her transform her life. She said: "I moved from my home to Los Angeles with a job, but after that finished I was left homeless. I applied for aver L50 jobs and was rejected every time. I was in shock, an food stamps and had to check into a shelter. That experience was cold. 13ut I learned to dance in the rain and got through it with faith and prayer. After working on Carter, Arian also promoted blockbusters such as Taker, Quantum of Solace 007 , Hancock and Seven Pounds. She added: "I definitely think every single piece in life plays a bigger part in the picture.
24. Arian Simone once organized birthday parties for___________. A. Idris Elba B Whitney Houston C. Lil Wayne D. Samuel L Jackson 25. Why did Arian sell her belongings? A. Because they were out of date. R Because she was too lazy. C Because she last her job. D. Because they were in high demands. 26. What can be said about Arian according to Paragraph 6? A. She was regretful. B She was generous. C She was optimistic. D. She was content. 27. What is the main purpose of writing the passage? A. Ta introduce a great woman B To show Arian's way to success C To say determination is important. D. To tell us Arian becomes popular worldwide. C A new study has found that relaxation techniques decrease the need for healthcare visits and interventions (介入) , which is a good reason to pull out the old yoga mat. Healthcare practitioners have known for a long time that using relaxation techniques can improve health. but it' a hard to give such treatments without scientific evidence. That ' s why researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital decided to run an analysis, in which they analyzed the records of 4.000 patients between 2006 and 2014 who followed their doctors’ recommendations for relaxation techniques,
and compared them to 13.000 0 other patients who did not use those same techniques. Stress-related disorders are the third leading cause of healthcare spending in the United States, after heart disease and cancer. In 2012 , the treatment of stress-related disorders, such as headaches, back pain, and cost pain, cost Americans more than $80 billion. Over 90 percent of people suffering from stress or stress-related problems seek help through primary care and tend to be frequent healthcare users. These visits can consist of as much as 70 percent of physicians’ caseloads(工作量). Teaching patients how to use relaxation techniques is an excellent way to reduce physicians' caseloads, lessen the overall burden on the healthcare system, save money. and provide non-international solutions to physical problems that are safe effective. Our results indicate that mind body interventions can reduce individual disease burden as well as the utilization of healthcare resources and are well suited to the changing healthcare environment. Mind body interventions are inexpensive relative to the cost of an emergency room visit, a hospitalization, or even other alternative medicine treatments. Sounds like it’s time to remove dust from the old yoga mat or sign up for that class you’ve been meaning to take at the meditation center. You might as well start now, rather than waiting till your personal health reaches a crisis point. 28. Why did researchers run an analysis of i000 patients? A To find out how relaxation techniques work our. B. To provide scientific evidence about relaxation techniques. C To encourage more people to make use o~ relaxation techniques. D. To know whether people believe relaxation techniques are efficient. 29. What costs people the moat in the USA? A. Heart disease. B. Back pain. C Cancer. D. Headaches. 30. What does the author think of relaxation techniques? A Simple B. Popular. C Beneficial D. Complex. 31. What does the sixth paragraph mainly tell us? A The change of healthcare resources. B. The advantages of mind body interventions. C. The variety of mind body interventions D. The comparison of mind body interventions and emergency.
D You know how much your telephone has changed over the past 10 years? Your car will change even more than that in the next 10 years. One of the big changes is that cars will drive themselves. Some day you may not need to drive a car. You will just tell the car where you want to go and it will drive itself. "We definitely have the technology for it now,” says Andrew Poliak of automotive technology supplier QNX. " We expect self-driving cars to be a mainstream(主流) thing between 2020.”
2025. n The American company Google has been working on a self-driving automobile for years. These cars are already on the roads in the United States. mainly in California. Google cars are truly self-driving. These cars have no steering wheels or pedals. Last week, police ordered one or Google's cars to stop for driving too slowly on public road. The car was not disobeying any law, so no one was punished. But police did speak with the operators of the vehicle. According to Google, its self-driving cars have been driven nearly 2 million kilometers. That is equal to the distance the average person drivesrl1 90 years So far, no Google self-driving car has gotten a traffic ticket. Some of them have been in accidents when other cars hit them. Other companies are working on self-driving cars. Mercedes-Benz. Audi, BMW, Volvo and Toyota all have plans far such vehicles A company BestMile called plans to operate self-driving buses in Switzerland next spring. The buses will hold up to nine people and will be tested for two years. Mercedes-Benz is develo-ping large self-driving trucks for long trips. These trucks use drivers to control them. A company called Royal will have self-driving trucks at construction sites in Florida by the end of this year. No drivers are needed in these vehicles 32. What Andrew Poliak said suggests that____. A. he took pride in their technology oneself-driving cars B he is eager to sell their technology on sell-driving cars C. he LS optimistic about the development of self-driving cars D he feels certain that most people can own self-driving cars 33. Why did the police order one of Google's cars to stop last week? A. Because its speed was too low. B Because it disobeyed local laws C Because the operators behaved badly. D I Because there existed technology problems. 34. What caused some of Google's self-driving cars to have accidents? A. Lack of experience C. High speed C Ocher cars’ faults D. Too much confidence.
35.Which company will start the test of self-driving buses for Z years7 A. Mercedes-Ben. B BestMile C. BMW D. Royal 第二节（共5小题：每小置2分，满分10分】 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白她的最佳选项。选项中有两项多余选项． 5 Way to Give to Charity Across Canada, charitable organizations rely on your generosity to get their work done .Try these different ideas to ideas to help your favorite causes. _______36______We all have things in our homes that we don't need, such as clothing, toys. And furniture. Rather than throwing them out. take them to charitable organizations and charity stores. Sort things into categories: keep, fix, sell or give away.
Give your time lo charity. _____37________. In 2010. we spent two billion hours volunteering Rai-Sing money and putting on events were the most common activities, followed by serving on a committee or board Even if you can only spare a few hours a month, many organizations could use your help. Devote your dollars. For many charities, the most helpful gift you can give is money. Contact your favourite charities or visit their websites to donate-every little bit helps _____38____Visit the Canada Revenue Agency ' s Charities Listings to learn about their activities und finances. The CRA also provides information about charitable tax credits, including a calculator. Help to reduce hunger pains. ____39_____Food Banks Canada reports that about 850.000 people get assistance from food banks each month, and more than a third are children and youth How can you get involved? Donate food or money. volunteer at a food hank or fundraise. You can also support food rescue program. Share your skills Like other kinds of organizations. charities often need specific skills to sup-port their project and campaigns_____40______ A. Donate things you don't need. R Need information about a charity? C Consider using what you know! D Canada of all ages are generous with their time.. E. Across Canada, people don't have enough to eat F. Suppose you are hungry, what should you do then? G. Ger your whole family involved and clear that unwanted things! 第三部分英语知识运用（共两节，满分45分） 第一节 完形填空（共20小题；每小题l.5分，满分30分） 闻读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A.B.C和D)中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项， 井在答题卡将该项涂黑． Last weektnd.1 went snowshoeing with a group of teachers from my school.___41____,it felt a little strange -a bit like ,wearing flippers （脚蹼） ____42___ you swim! l felt quite clumsy to start with, and it was __43_____ to climb over the fallen trees with the snowshoes __44____to my feet. However, I love___45____and am used to walking in mountainous areas___46____l soon got used to it. I loved walking through the forest and seeing all the trees covered in_____47_______ ! At times, walking uphill in the snow was hard,_____48______when there were rocks underneath the snow. Once we reached the _____49________it was worth it! The mountain we _____50_______was called "Le Tanet" and it was l,292 m high- that's higher than Snowdon, the tallest mountain in Wales! The sky was a bit grey, but the views were_____51_____. I managed to get some great____52____ - and remembered to use my new camera! After taking lots of photos, we started going down In some ways, going down the mountain was harder than ___53____. It was very steep(陡峭).,and it was easy to____54_____in the snow. At the bottom. we had a hot drink in a cabin-it was clearly____55______after a few hours of walking in the cold! Before we went_____56______ I attempted sledging(雪橇) which I'd never__57___ it before! It was great fun! To be honest, I'd really____58_____snowshoes as an alternative to the more well-known_____59_____sports Besides being a lot cheaper than skiing, it's eaier to do and is considered to be a lot_____60____!
41. A. At first B. By day C Above all D. By chance 42. A . unless B. when C. since D. before 43.A． practical B. easy C. difficult D. enjoyable 44. A. designed B. reviewed C. adjusted D. attached 45.A. swimming B. skiing C hiking D riding 46. A. and B. but C if D. so 47. A mud B fog C. dire D. snow 48.A．especially B. normally C. directly D. perfectly 49. A. bottom B tap C valley D. beach 50. A. promoted B climbed C protected D. ignored 51. A. excellent B. common C. similar D. universal 52. A assistance B. guides C. photos D. equipment 53.A． lying B checking C. staying up D. going up 54. A. spread B test C slip D. sleep 55. A needed B. displayed C controlled D. backwards 56. A upstairs B. home C. abroad D. changed 57. A gotten B. seen C. lost D. tried 58. A. suspect B. dislike C. recommend D. quit 59. A. extreme B. winter C. water D. track 60.A cheaper B. safer C. firmer D. slower 第Ⅱ卷 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分45分】 第二节（共10小题,每小题1.5分，满分15分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容（每空一个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式． People have been travelling for pleasure since ancient time. In ancient Egypt. religious festivals ____61_____ (attract) people from the whole Nile Valley. Ancient Greeks travelled____62____(regular) to the site of their gods. Wealthy Romans had second homes near the sea____63____they spent the summer. In the 19thcentury the steam engine made ___64_____ possible for people to travel by boat and train. Regular passenger service from Europe to America started in the 20th century. The _____65____(invent) of the automobile helped people to travel larger distances. In the 1960s going on holidays by plane become affordable for many. Large lanes of the early 1970s were able_____66_____(carry) over 400 passengers and reduce costs of travelling to other continents even___67____(far)． Tourism Ls a worldwide industry. In many countries it is the most important largest source of income. Global tourism is growing ____68_____a rate of 4% a year. The tourist industry_____69_____(provide) jobs and brings a country foreign currencies. Many groups profit from tourism. However. mass tourism, can also lead to environmental problems. It can pollute beaches or create noise In quiet regions. Popular tourist attractions must_____70______(control).
第四部分写作(共两节，满分35分) 第一节 短文改错（共10小题；每小题1分，满分10分） 假定英语课上老师婴求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作文．文中共有10处语 言错误，每句中最多有两处．每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加，删除或修改． 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^)，并在其下而写山谈加的同。 删除：把多余的词用斜线(＼)划掉。 修改：在错的词下面一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2．只允许修改10处，多者（从第11处起）不计分． Dear Mr. Jackson, I'm really sorry about my use the mobile phone in your lecture last week. I know any word mightn’t sound a made- up excuse .But I don't use the mobile phone for no reason l .was trying to apply to some American universities last week. That day. I got an offer and they needed my further informations immediately. However I had no other choice but try sending them a text message in class. I promise it will never happen again. But I do need my phone back to get in the touch with others Will you be kind enough to give one back to me? Hope you can accept my apologies or understand my situation. Li Hua 第二节书面表达（满分25分） 你的美国笔友Bob对钓鱼很有兴趣．请你根据以下要点，写出你和你的爸爸暑假期间某天去钓鱼的 经历，通过电子邮件发给Bob，让他分享你的经历。要点如下： 1．所带器具和食物等； 2．钓鱼过程I 3．一天的收获和感受。 注意：词数100左右； 2．可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； 3．开头语和结尾已为你写好，不计人总词数． 参考词汇：沙蚕clam worms鱼钩fishhook Dear Bob. How are you! I’m glad to write the letter to you. __________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________
Yours, Li Hua